PPC influencing your SEO work?

Search Marketing for Nonprofits

Tagged: javascript, PPC. Tags: Google SEM SEO javascript PPC Had to share an interesting article about how Google’s new ability to crawl javascript is resulting in unintended consequences.


Successful Link Building Strategies for Nonprofits

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

As a Google certified partner, LunaMetrics also specializes in SEO, PPC & Social Media. Brian Honigman.

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Why you should simply make your planned giving messages simple.


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Should you do SEO marketing? An interview with Didit CEO, Kevin Lee

Wild Woman Fundraising

Kevin Lee: Definitely, nonprofits have been discovering the power of search, both SEO and PPC (Paid Search) for several years. Tags: Marketing Measuring Effectiveness Netraising Volunteers social media charity cost effective Didit didit.com donations donors fund raising google Google Adwords google grants Kevin Lee money saving non-profit nonprofits online Pay Per Click PPC ROI Search Engine Optimization SEO strategic marketing tip

Pro Tips on Getting the Most Out of a Pay-Per-Click Campaign

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If you’re about to spend money on a PPC marketing campaign by way of a paid search agency , you need to know a little bit about the song and dance routine most businesspeople have to participate in with these agencies. Too many times, agencies allow clients to have free-reign on many PPC issues including bids, in order to please them. whether it’s bidding tactics of a portfolio strategy, there are certain ways in which the PPC campaign plays out.

Impressive Search Engine and Social Media Stats

Search Marketing for Nonprofits

The clickthrough rate on a PPC ad when supported by a top organic listing is 15%. I’m always looking up new stats about search engine and social media use and behavior for various online marketing presentations, and I decided it would be more useful to share them with the world (and have a convenient spot for me to reference them in the future). So here you go: More than 81% of all Internet users find their destination via a search engine. Jupiter Research, 2008.

What Blogging Can Do For You

Marketing for Nonprofits

And while billions are spent on Pay Per Click (PPC) and other ad-centric strategies, nearly all of the clicks on search results come from an organic area.It I love blogging. I love having a voice on the issues I care about.